Olympus XA Custom Light Seal Kit
USCamera custom light seal kit will fit the Olympus XA compact rangefinder film camera. Only fits the model listed. This seal kit includes 2 door channel seals for the camera body, 2 door channel seals on the back cover, 1 back cover door hinge seal and 1 door latch plate seal on the back cover.
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Olympus XA Custom Light Seal
USCamera Custom light seal kits
Olympus Film Cameras
Top Quality kit using imported open cell foam.
For help installing light seal kits go here.
USCamera Custom Olympus XA Light Seal Install
Again before you do anything, please read general removal and installation instructions here.
Tech Note The original black paint used on the inside of the back cover may start to flake off when removing the seals whether using a solvent of any kind or not. Though time consuming, we found the best way is to remove as much material as possible by carefully pushing the residue up off the metal with square toothpicks cut at a chisel point. Then with a small amount of Naptha on a Kimwipe clean the remaining residue with 1 or 2 swipes on that area. Now the film back should be prepared for new seals.
Next, take all of the seals out of the kit and lay them out on your work area. This kit includes,
2 x 1mm – channel seals, camera body
Hinge Seal, back cover. Install this seal centering it between the top and bottom edge of the back cover and the cut out for the strap.
Latch plate channel seal, back cover. Install this seal centering it in the channel next to the door latch per the image.
Door channel seals, camera body. Install the upper and lower camera body channel seals starting at the hinge side of the camera body, working from right to left. The upper channel has the counter actuation lever. You will need to install this seal as close to each side of the counter lever opening as possible, cutting the seal as required.
Door channel seals, camera body. Install the upper and lower back cover channel seals starting as close to the hinge seal as possible, working from left to right.